This is the “Only” thing that can make you successful online

In an offline world. People usually become successful in what they are good at. The truth is, harder you work, successful you become. Nothing beats knowledge in any field. If you are an expert, you are in demand and as long as you continue upgrading yourself, you are hardly replaced.

The online world is different, little cruel too. Those who work online, Some make money online, others learn a lesson. Some learn, invest in gaining knowledge but never try while some jump straight to work, without paying heed to learn a skill and become a pro.

Some try, fail and give up and some won’t even push hard but still succeed. Call it a mantra, fluke, fate or perhaps a stroke of sheer luck.

Truth is, those who know how to communicate are better destined to succeed over those who would spend numerous hours learning an art or a skill online. Your words determine your fate, not a stride of sheer luck, fate or fluke.

Work on yourself, work on your vocabulary. Get better at communicating as this is a prerequisite of stepping on a journey of success.

Let’s look at this way. We all want to read and listen to the one who writes and speaks well. We eagerly await their new content. The reason is fairly simple, they create a long-lasting impression in their content and selection of words.

Your online future is dependent on your fingers, mind and brain.

Still, not succeeding online? Stop looking for any other logic. Work on your reading, writing and speaking skill before trying your fate at freelancing or any other online business.

By doing so, you will at least give urself a fair chance of hitting the bullseye. If you don’t, picture a bull running after you in your mind.

That alone would suffice in giving you a reality check about how cruel the online world is.

Offline, it’s the survival of the “fittest” but online, It’s the survival of the “smartest”.

Do you have what it takes to ace the game?

Written by Hisham Sarwar

That is all you ever need to know about me but let me warn you, freelancing for me is a journey, certainly not a destination :)